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Serving Collbran, Mesa, Molina, DeBeque and the Western Slope of CO since 1924

Plateau Valley Hospital District
58128 Hwy 330 Collbran, CO 81624

Plateau Valley Medical Clinic
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PLATEAU VALLEY HOSPITAL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING MINUTES

May 16, 2005

Attendance:

Board:  Helen Spence, Denny Holmes, Bob Wilson, Frank Wagner (1730).  Dave Bristol excused.

Staff:  Rene Castillo, Shannon Currier, Debbie Johns, Jessi Clark, Vicki Benning, Joy Campbell, Georgia Young, Dr. Rollins, Dr. Woodyard (1720).

Guests:  Teri Styers, Tammy Entwistle.

MEETING CALLED TO ORDER BY HELEN SPENCE, PRESIDENT, AT 1715.

1.        MINUTES

Resolution 1:  Be it resolved that the minutes of the April 18, 2005 regular meeting be approved as corrected.   Bob Wilson motioned and Denny Holmes seconded.  Motioned carried unanimously.

2.        Clinic Consultant Report

  • Debbie commends Georgia and Joy on their collections.  They have been doing an excellent job.
  • Debbie and Jessi changed our contract with Western Collections to Premier for the next 6 months.  Hopefully this will increase our collection rate and we will get a larger percent of it.
  • The security standards for HIPAA are now in place and we are compliant.  Eighty percent of our claims go electronically with about a 3 week turn around.

3.        Consultant CPA Report - Financial Report

  • We have the new company in Quickbooks up and running with only a couple things to work out.

 April 2005

 

 

 

 Write Offs

Gross

Operating

Net Ordinary

Other

Net

 

 

Charges

Misc. Inc.

Profit

Expense

Income

Income/Exp

Income/(Loss)

1

Clinic

29,966.01

-7,788.11

22,177.90

-56,417.54

-34,239.64

0.00

-34,239.64

 

Clinic-Mesa

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

2

Construction

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

 

Energy Impact

0.00

0.00

0.00

-610.48

-610.48

0.00

-610.48

3

Other Income

1,976.18

0.00

1,976.18

0.00

1,976.18

28,718.35

30,694.53

4

FIA

125.00

0.00

125.00

-871.58

-746.58

0.69

-745.89

 

Error Correction

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5

     Total

32,067.19

-7,788.11

24,279.08

-57,899.60

-33,620.52

28,719.04

-4,901.48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Resolution 2:  Be it resolved that the accounts payable& payroll checks (43791-43881) are approved.  Frank Wagner motioned and Denny Holmes seconded.  Motion carried unanimously.

Resolution 3:  Be it resolved that the Board of Directors approves the April write-offs in the amount of $7788.11.  Frank Wagner motioned and Bob Wilson seconded.  Motion carried unanimously. 

4. FAITH IN ACTION

  • Coordinator Report

2005 Faith in Action Statistics

Jan

Feb

Mar

Total

Community Donations

$376.72

$140.00

$140.00

$656.72

Grants

 



$0

# volunteers providing services

 


40

45

# of community members receiving services


 

11

11

# of hours of service provided

450

 

96

546

# of transportation miles provided

2500

 

824

3324

  • They have lost a board member and another is going to leave, so now need a total of 3 new board members.
  • Inventory Sale – The aviary was sold to the Valley Manor Care Center out of Montrose.  They are also going to take some of the other equipment and will be invoiced for that.
  • Other – The financial reports from Jan 1, 2004 to April 22, 2005 were handed out to review as requested at the last board meeting to see what we have charged to Faith in Action.

 

5. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES -Project Report

  • PNCI gave a bid of the cost to remodel the mid-wing to make it able to be leased.  Unless grant money is found, it is not feasible for the District to incur the cost of it. 
  • We have not received an itemized version of the previous bid for the A/C unit for the reception area.  Rene has one in the old wing that can be moved.  A mason will be needed to cut the brick.  It will cost about a fourth of the estimate.
  • Some electrical outlets are needed in the records room for the Electronic Medical Records (EMR).  Nichols Electric was contacted.

Resolution 4:  Be it resolved that the Board of Directors accept the bid from Nichols Electrical Services for additional outlets in the reception area.  Frank Wagner motioned and Denny Holmes seconded.  Motion carried unanimously.

  • We did a walk through for the cabling for the EMR with Bill who will be installing it.

6.        OLD BUSINESS

  • Mesa Clinic Progress Report – The County received the application for zoning on 5/10/05 and it will take 6-8 weeks for a determination.  Frank Wagner will contact Nathalie to find out why now and not in February like we thought.  He will also get the site detail worked out with her.  Frank will also try to get the details of the $150,000 bid on the modular from the modular company so we know what it includes.   We received a letter from the Helen K. & Arthur E. Johnson Foundation saying they have received our grant request and it will be reviewed in June.  If it is accepted they will ask for a full proposal for consideration.

7.        NEW BUSINESS

  • None stated.

8.        CLINIC REPORT

  • Census

2005 Census

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

Year to Date

Total Dr Appt

301

305

336

263

1205

# Days

21

20

23

21

85

Ave/Day

14.33

15.25

14.61

12.52

14.18

Lab/Inj

83

62

88

85

318

Pharm

15

13

17

15

60

AH Pharm

0

0

0

0

0

After Hours

12

14

16

16

58

Other

11

18

24

13

66

Paged Calls

70

72

78

52

272

Mesa Clinic Dr

0

0

0

0

0

Mesa Clinic Nu

0

0

0

0

0

Mesa New Pt

0

0

0

0

0

Clinic New Pt

19

21

23

18

81

Clinic 1 Time Pt

6

1

2

1

10

  • Office Manager Report – We will do the Collbran Lion’s Club Rodeo Program but downsize it.  We will continue to have insurance coverage on van.  Helen will see if the school plans to continue using it.  We can not finish calculating the overrun of Energy Impact Grant until EMR done.
  • Marketing – The brochure is done and will be handed out based on outcome of staff meeting.  We will get cardboard brochure holders.

9.        MAY EVALUATION / RAISES

  • Annual:                    None
  • 3 Month:                  Vicki Benning

Resolution 5:  Be it resolved that the Board of Directors accepts the evaluation of the employee.  Bob Wilson motioned and Denny Holmes seconded.  Motion carried unanimously. 

Meeting adjourned at 18:49. 

Respectfully submitted,

Jessica Clark, Secretary

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